Iraqi army forces find Daesh mass grave west of Ramadi

 

Iraqi forces have found a mass grave in the country’s troubled western province of Anbar containing the remains of nearly two dozen Daesh Takfiri militants killed during heavy clashes with government forces and their allies during the campaign for the liberation of the strategic city of Ramadi.

Colonel Alaa Fadel told Deutsche Presse-Agentur (DPA) that the grisly finding was made while Iraqi forces were combing the mountainous Abul Jir region west of al-Rahaliya district of possible remnants of the terror group.

Fadel noted that the mass grave contains the remains of 20 bodies of Daesh Takfiris.  

On December 28, 2015, the Iraqi Joint Operations Command declared that Ramadi, located about 110 kilometers (68 miles) west of the capital Baghdad, had been "fully liberated" from the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group, and that government soldiers had raised the Iraqi national flag over the main government building there.

 

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